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Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (1970)

R  |   |  Comedy  |  8 July 1970 (West Germany)
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An American playwright living in Rome consults a quack psychiatrist to combat his fears of balding and save his failing marriage.

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Millie Dobbs
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Charlie Harrison (Grant Granite)
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Dr Fahrquardt
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Beba Loncar ...
Ornella
Leopoldo Trieste ...
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Katia Christine ...
Angelica (as Katia Christina)
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Marino Masé ...
Franco
Ian Trigger ...
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Veronica Carlson ...
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Daniël Sola ...
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Dari Lallou ...
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An American playwright living in Rome consults a quack psychiatrist to combat his fears of balding and save his failing marriage.

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Oh, no, I don't!
16 July 2003 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

This dreadful sequel to the drecky 1965 hit What's New, Pussycat? is even more formless than the original film and is missing Tom Jones rendition of the title tune, making it unbearably hard going. Ian McShane is miscast miserably in a comic role and even reliable Severn Darden fails to elevate the substandard and plotless material, which revolves around his hair piece, a talking gorilla that loves McShane, and a wild assortment of fab late '60s fashions on the female cast members. This is one of those 'hip' period comedies that think linear narrative is unnecessary when you have a series of hilarious unrelated scenes patched together. Sadly, the only scenes here that remotely approach amusing are the ones of McShane getting mixed up in the shooting of a spaghetti western, a mere tenth of Pussycat Pussycat's interminable 100 minutes. Lalo Schifrin's intrusive score is one of his worst efforts. This is a film that deserves its obscurity.


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